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Thursday, June 01, 2006


AHP712i Noise-Canceling Headphones

Tired of being stuck next to a crying baby every time you fly? You can't exactly make the baby disappear, but you can at least silence them. PC Mag's audio expert, Mike Kobrin, found a great pair of Altec Lansing headphones that could save you hours of screaming airline baby misery. He rated the AHP712i headphones 4 stars out of 5.

"If you travel a lot on noisy planes and trains, the new Altec Lansing AHP712i noise-canceling headphones should be on your short list of must-have items. They're large, but comfortable for extended periods because they cover your entire ears rather than pinning them against your head. The AHP712i provide very good noise cancellation with only a tiny bit of background hiss, and the sound quality is certainly musical, if not audiophile-accurate."

Now if only the AHP712i had a dirty diaper smell canceling feature too.

The AHP712i is available from Amazon.com.




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